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Hmm im going to go play around in bios and see if something might be disabled or something.
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hello OCN I need some help. I just got my ud3h and when I am gaming my computer will shut off randomly. To turn it back on I have to unplug a usb or unplug my ac power cable. After it starts back up my keyboard doesnt work until i unplug it and plug it back in, if I do that sometimes it will shutoff again. Then the process restarts all over again. I am thinking that i have a short in my motherboard because I ran 3dmark 11 2 times once on stock and once overclocked and it ran all the way through no problems. I just switched over to intel and so far I have hated it. I cant play a game for more then 10 mins. Please help me. If my mobo is bad i can go to microcenter tomorrow and get a replacement. I just dont have the money to buy another psu.
Anyone? I really need help going to microcenter tomorrow and cant go for a while after that
post #4113 of 6656
If you think you have a short, try to run it outside of the case. Make a temporary test bench by using motherboard's box. If doesn't help just replace the motherboard in microcenter since it won't hurt. How old is that PSU (Kingwin in your sig, right?).
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If you think you have a short, try to run it outside of the case. Make a temporary test bench by using motherboard's box. If doesn't help just replace the motherboard in microcenter since it won't hurt. How old is that PSU (Kingwin in your sig, right?).
The psu is only about 8-12 months old and it is a lazer gold so it is a really nice psu. Plus it was powering my amd system which pulls more watts then my intel. Thanks for the quick response also. Im freaking out right now so anything helps biggrin.gif
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bios gurus got a question. is there a way for me to disable the gigabyte raid0 utility boot up/splash screen? for this reason alone I'm thinking of "un-raiding" my hard drivers
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post #4116 of 6656
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The psu is only about 8-12 months old and it is a lazer gold so it is a really nice psu. Plus it was powering my amd system which pulls more watts then my intel. Thanks for the quick response also. Im freaking out right now so anything helps biggrin.gif

this thing happened to my previous rig. there's just a short somewhere and god knows where. what I did was a trick that old-school pc builders have been doing for years. put masking tape on each of the stand offs. two small strips stacked above each other then let the screw punch a hole in the masking tape when you're screwing the motherboard in. voila your problem will be fixed and 100% short free
post #4117 of 6656
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The only real issues I have seen since the release of the official Windows 8 OS are:
1. USB 3.0 working fine on the INTEL header, but problems recognizing some USB 3.0 devices on the headers with VIA hubs. (Specifically a recently RMA'd Corsair Flash Voyager. I ordered a different USB 3.0 flash drive -Lexar JumpDrive Triton 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive- to see if it makes a difference.)

I was able to confirm that the issues I was seeing in USB 3.0 flash drives were indeed caused by my Corsair Flash Voyager GT 32GB 3.0 drive. My new Lexar JumpDrive Triton 32 GB USB 3.0 works on all of the UD5H's USB 3.0 ports and is copying large files from my SSD at 164 MB/s read & 152 MB/s write (slightly better than specs). The Corsair was only working on the Intel ports and copying the same files at 52 MB/s write & 182 MB/s read (slightly worse than advertised).

The Lexar is more expensive, but I'll be happy to avoid the USB Device Not Recognized message!
post #4118 of 6656
How do I get the ud5h to instal windows using uefi in bios I have everything set but my boot devices says p1 and p5.
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Apologize for the double post. But see here, There is nothing to select UEFI. I am so confused right now.

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Are you installing from a disk? Press F12 on boot, and select UEFI Asus DRW-24B1LT.

If there is no such option (just Asus DRW-24B1LT), then to create partition anyway. If it creates 3 partitions total, it's UEFI install.

I did not do a disk install, so I am not sure if a dvd drive doubles as legacy and UEFI install the way a flash drive installation does.
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